The best part of this game is the multiplayer. The leveling up is much quicker than resistance 2 but at the same time the highest rank is easily attainable within 20 hours of game play. There are many playable characters that have primary abilities and using that ability in a game 5 to 10 times will unlock a ribbon. Once you have 8 ribbons for the primary ability the secondary ability is unlocked. This repeats with the secondary ability after which you can use the secondary abilites of other characters with the one you just finished. There is a lot of things to keep you busy and many of the ribbons can be difficult. The 32-player multiplayer is a real blast, making it feel as though you are in a real war, especially in the chaotic modes such as search and destroy. The squad system is nice in that your squad gets its own radio channel and when you die you can respawn on the squad leader, which is great if you want to jump back into the action quickly. The levels are huge and have a really nice vertical space. Another nice thing with the multiplayer is that the graphics are just as good as the single player.
For the single player the campaign in easy to hard difficulty doesn't take long to beat. But when the hardest difficulty is unlocked it takes a while to do sometimes you're repeating sections over 10 times. The AI is easily the smartest out of any game I have played ever. The dialog is littered with swearing but it's funny hearing the helghast scream F**k me when you toss a grenade and they're trapped. The sound track is really good, having a very epic feel even though the story feels more like you're just another grunt.
This game is easily worth the price of admission due to the replayability of the online, although the single player will need to be played through at least 3 times for the trophies. So far I have played about 30 hrs of single player and 50+ hours of multiplayer.